Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is the term given to an activity that integrates academic learning with its application in the workplace.
Collaborative engagement with industry takes place via research, consultancy, workforce-development and through work-integrated learning activities. Our students learn and work with our industry and community partners via work integrated learning (WIL) experiences that are a positive feature of our programs.
Students apply recently acquired knowledge and learn new professional skills as well as develop generic attributes such as interpersonal skills in work and organisational settings. Industry and community partners have access to the energy, knowledge and skills of students as well as the chance of building networks with potential future employees.
The InPlace WIL system is an integrated management system that supports the administration of WIL processes. The InPlace system will assist schools in sourcing and managing WIL activities.
For InPlace training and support resources, please visit InPlace support online help.
Interruption to InPlace WIL System
Information Technology Services (ITS) is continually making improvements to the University's systems, applications and infrastructure.
As part of this, ITS and the InPlace Support team are performing an update to the InPlace work integrated learning system on:
Tuesday, 12 December, 2017 12 - 9pm (AEST)
As a result, the InPlace WIL system will be unavailable to all users during this period.
This work is proactive work in assisting to maintain system reliability.
If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com or call 9925 5111.
To keep an eye on the time and duration of planned maintenance works, please visit the IT service status page.
If you require assistance you can always contact the InPlace Business User Support Team on the details below:
Phone: +61 3 9925 5111
(Monday to Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm AEST)
WIL Operational and Learning and Teaching Support
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help with operational and learning and teaching WIL issues. We are also very happy to receive feedback and suggestions about this website, the WIL processes and support resources available to WIL practitioners.